Low Tide

In 16-35mm f3.5, landscape by Robert Lussier17 Comments

Last Friday night I made my (almost) monthly trip up to Portsmouth, NH to the Smuttynose Brewery to pick up some of their fine beer. I subscribe to their Big Beer Series (with some friends at the office). This latest edition is their Maibock. Yes, its good. Anyway, with each release, they invite subscribers up …

Queen City Ave Bridge

In 16-35mm f3.5, architecture, urbex by Robert Lussier7 Comments

I had taken the 10 stop filter off the before I took this shot because I thought I was done slowing down the water. I toyed with the idea of putting it back on for this shot, but decided against it when I saw the rippling reflections in the water.

Off Centered

In 16-35mm f3.5, panorama, urbex by Robert Lussier7 Comments

I really need to double check my framing when I’m in the field.  I had this shot all lined up, convinced that I was perfectly centered on the bridge. But when I got it into Lightroom, I discovered it was off a bit. Nonetheless, I liked the light and shadow play across the base and …

The Pacific

In 16-35mm f3.5, Lowell, mills, urbex by Robert Lussier4 Comments

I’m a little disappointed. I was scheduled to begin shooting in a new old mill in Lawrence today but it got postponed. I’m hoping to get it rescheduled for next Saturday. So for today, I’m heading back to the archives. This was shot last summer on a photo walk around the exterior of the Pacific …

The Crew

In 16-35mm f3.5, people by Robert Lussier10 Comments

I spent this past Friday photographing the staff at the Smuttynose Brewery, in Portsmouth, NH. Yup, combining two of my favorite things – photography and craft brewed beer. It doesn’t get better. I had no intention of shooting HDR when I walked in, but Joanne, Smuttynose’s Marketing Guru had other ideas. After setting up this …

Look at the Time!

In 16-35mm f3.5, lawrence, mills by Robert Lussier13 Comments

The Ayer Mill Clock the largest mill clock in the world, and only about six inches narrower in diameter than London’s Big Ben. It towers over the city. The clock is officially maintained by the Essex County Community Foundation, who graciously provided me access to it last fall and specifically by Charlie Waites, my guide, who has …